When you meet HTM files instead of usual HTML, you shouldn't be confused, as they are practically identical. The difference is that HTM was initially used in Microsoft systems, while HTML was more common for Linux/Unix. However not all converters can convert HTM files, supporting only .html source file extension. If you would like to convert HTM to text
format (TXT), you should use Total HTML Converter. It supports both HTM and HTML
and exports such files to a range of text and graphic formats. The whole process consists of a few simple steps:
- Defining source files: directly in the program interface you will find navigation panel that displays your PC memory folders. Click on required folder that contains source files, and you will see its content in the central section of the program window. Check off necessary source files (all you need). You can use specific mask or ‘select all’ option if needed.
- Enabling HTM text converter: click on ‘TXT’ button in the format bar above navigation panel.
- Making settings: in the appeared options wizard you can set the conversion process. For instance, you can set a destination address and choose the options that keep folder structure unchanged. It is very useful when converting HTM to TXT is performed for several file folders at a time.
- Starting conversion process: when all HTM files are checked and settings are made, click ‘Start’ button to enable conversion. After it is done, you can view converted files in destination folder that opens automatically.
The program integrates into standard Windows menu after installation, so you can convert each separate HTM file directly in the memory folder, from its context menu. You don’t need launch the program each time you need HTM conversion, it saves a lot of time. You can try Total HTML Converter at any time you want, as it is available in full trial version. Download it now and test all its advantages!